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SAMR Introduce 13 Quick Methods for Detecting Illegal Additives in Food

SAMR published 13 quick detection methods and invited feedback from industry, experts and the public to develop better food risk monitoring methods. The illegal role of quick methods might be revised in China’s Food Safety Law.

On October 9, 2019, China State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) introduced 13 quick-result test methods in response to prominent violations relating to prohibited ingredients in food circulating on the market, making it the first time for SAMR to publish quick detection methods.[1] Those methods are:

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